This time on World Stories, we hear about efforts in Bangladesh to help expectant mothers and their babies survive childbirth. We revisit a key moment in Bulgaria's history and hear recollections of Kenya's politically hazardous past. We see how Mexico's iconic sombreros are made and how future technical instructors are being trained in Saudi Arabia.
Arts.21 takes a look around: behind the facades at the Lucerne Festival, and on the scene in Cape Town, South Africa’s design capital. We also discover an unusual "anti villa” and observe the traces that the Afghan war has left on the faces of German soldiers who served there.
In warmer months, people can take a horse-drawn cart to a tiny island in the North Sea. In 1948 the Bank Deutscher Länder introduced the Deutschmark in what would become West Germany. And an inventor in Hamburg successfully markets his products all over the world.